Movement Against Illegal Immigration (DPNI) is a public organization created in 2002 in Moscow by a group of individuals.
To inform the society impartially and promptly of situation concerning immigration, ethnic conflicts and ethnic crimes.
To provide victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants with free charity aid.
To provide native citizens with consultations and organizational aid in order to promote their uniting and assertion of their interests.
To lobby for strict anti-immigration legislation and for implementing of visa system with CIS and Caucasian countries, for preventing immigration from China and Asian countries.
In its activity DPNI unites volunteers willing to do their country good. The movement’s activity is being financed with private donations only. The administration of the movement is performed by the National Council elected at the General Meeting of the movement. The latest General Meeting took place in 2009 in Moscow. To date DPNI has its branches in more that 40 Russian cities including Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Nizhniy Novgorod, Kirov, Chelyabinsk, Blagoveschensk etc. DPNI members provided consultative and informational aid to native citizens at many recent ethnic conflicts in Russia – in Kondopoga, Salsk, Haragun, Venyov etc.
DPNI is a permanent and main participant of the largest Russian annual public event – Russian March. On November 4, 2009 Russian March took place in 37 cities in Russia, Ukraine and Moldova. In Moscow Russian March attracted more than 7000 participants.